Rumour: 40Gb PS3 to be dropped in August

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 9 July 2008 06:45 GMT

Joystiq’s carrying what’s supposedly a leaked Wal-Mart spreadsheet that shows the 40Gb PS3 is to be replaced with another SKU in the US in August.

If true, it will be the third PS3 pack to be dumped, following the 60Gb and 20Gb versions. More through the link.

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